Situated on a 100-foot-by-80-foot corner property on a tree-lined residential block, this two-story home combines the best parts of urban and suburban living. It even has a two-car garage, with a long, wide driveway behind the house that can hold an additional four cars.
Many of the rooms are enormous by New York City standards. The first floor features a large eat-in kitchen, a den with floor-to-ceiling windows, a dining room, a powder room, and a living room you could do a gymnastic routine in. The floors are hardwood with a beautiful inlay design.
The top floor has two bathrooms and four bedrooms, one of which is currently being used as a walk-in closet/dressing room, as part of the master bedroom suite. The finished basement includes a rec room, laundry room, and an office. The house has central A/C and an alarm system.
Midwood is a melting pot of different cultures, which is reflected in the variety of local shopping and dining options — kosher options abound, and it’s not far from the world-famous Di Fara pizza. This part of the neighborhood is largely residential, with sidewalks and streets made for strolling and bike-riding. The closest subway stop is the Q train at Avenue M.
Listed by Sarah Zelermyer-Diaz and Karen Zelermyer of Douglas Elliman, the ask is $3.5 million. See below for more pictures.